Anger controlling methods that keep you cool

November 20, 2012 12:22pm CST
If we will see how many times we get angry in a calendar year then the amazing fact that will come out that "A normal human will get angry more than 360 times a year for some or no reason"(Health Magazine/April-2012 issue). Now this is amazing, but more amazing is that how we get control over it? What you do, to keep yourself cool during this 360 times? Let us share our approach to help each other.
4 responses
• India
20 Nov 12
Listen to some good music which helps you to get rid of anger. I use to think something good. And avoid people who is making you angry.
20 Nov 12
Do it really happen to think some thing good while being in anger, I don not think! Ok music is good, if you never happen to brake your musical asset. Avoiding people is a good method of segregation, that's good.
@wolfie34 (26793)
• United Kingdom
20 Nov 12
I have to remove myself from the situation when I get angry and give myself 'time out' give myself time to cool off just by walking away, by removing yourself from the situation that is angering you, you are stopping yourself by reacting in a way that you may regret, like hitting out at someone or verbally abusing someone. I used to suppress my anger a lot which is not healthy. Now I burn off my anger by going to the gym. For me exercise helps me focus and not succumb to anger.
20 Nov 12
nice tip get rid of anger by aggression.
@bLadeee (403)
• Philippines
21 Nov 12
Music helps me a lot to control myself and keep it cool. Whenever I listen to music, I doesn't care on my problems anymore and instead I focus listening to it. This way, I trained myself to be more patience and cool most of the time.
• Philippines
20 Nov 12
There are a lot of things that we can do to prevent anger. Sometimes, I find that thinking logically can dissipate it. When I think logically, it somehow gives closure to what I'm feeling, especially when I get angry for no reason. I understand what you're saying. I think getting angry for no reason comes from things that we really have no control of like while serving a customer. You can't really get angry at a customer since the customer is always right. This will cause the anger to be reflected to other things. Whenever I think this is the case, it's always easier to just think something like I don't have to get angry at this person since he really didn't do anything wrong to me or something like that.